Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Palmier - Heart Shaped Cookies ..


 
Ing :

Puff pastry sheet : 1 ( Thawed according to package direction )
Powdered sugar : 4 table spoon
Cardamom powder : 1/4 tea spoon

Method :

* Preheat oven to 400°F.

* In a bowl combine cardamom powder and sugar, mix it well and keep it ready to use.


* Dust the rolling board with sugar and cardamom powder mixture.

* Spread the sugar and cardamom powder mixture on top of the puff pastry sheet and roll it out into a 10-inch square with a rolling pin.

* Fold in two opposite sides of the pastry sheet square so that the sides meet in the center. Fold in same sides of the pastry again. Fold one half of the pastry over the other.

* Cut pastry crosswise into 1/2 inch thick slices.

* Dip cut sides of each piece in sugar and cardamom mixture and arrange them in a ungreased baking sheet.


* Bake palmiers at 400°F for 10 minutes or until golden on bottom. Turn over and bake  for 5 to 7 minutes more or until golden on bottom, then transfer to a rack to cool completely.

* Once palmiers cools completely store them in a air tight container.


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I'm going to link this recipe to wonderful blog events hosted by,
Swathi , Deepali , Ghar ka Khana , Simply Food , Cooks Joy , Cook eat burrrp , Swathi Iyer


 

22 comments:

Divya Shivaraman said...

Shree i am not sure whether this is the recipe for "Inassu" (its kinda same with ingredients and look) - one traditional sweet made in kerala muslim family in particular - this looks yum , Myself and my mom love it.

Nayna Kanabar said...

This recipe looks delicious. They would be perfect with coffee.
Thanks for sending it in to Lets cook/Bake for valentine. Please can you link the event URl to your post as this is mandatory for entry to the event.

Swathi Iyer said...

Delicious Palmier I love it as it is easy to make with puff pastry.

Shree Kanneppady said...

Thank u Divya..
When i was googling for some french cuisine, i came across this recipe and tried, i never knew that it is also an indian traditional dish.. Do try and let me know your feedback.. :)

Shree Kanneppady said...

Thank u :)

Shree Kanneppady said...

Thank u Swathi.. Same here i just love baking with puff pastry sheets :)

Julie said...

love the elephant ears very much,looks flaky & nice :)

Recipe world said...

Very nice recipe Shree..wish you Happy B'day!!

Cheers!
Vani

Vimitha Anand said...

Nice snack for kids...

Deepali said...

great recipe for loved ones & kids.. reminds me of britannia little hearts..

thanks for linking.

http://confusioncook.com

Shree Kanneppady said...

Thank u :)

Shree Kanneppady said...

Thank u so much Vani :)

Shree Kanneppady said...

Thank u :)

Shree Kanneppady said...

Thank u :)

Love to Experiment said...

Loved it. Cute

Vardhini said...

Lovely recipe and the cookies look cute.

Vardhini
Event: Sweet Luv - 2013

Shree Kanneppady said...

Thank u :)

Shree Kanneppady said...

Thank u :)

Ramya Manja said...

Wow what a relishing looking dessert,awesome clicks and presentation...Happy to follow u...

Njoy blogging n happy cooking...

Shree Kanneppady said...

Thank u Ramya for comment and sweet words.. :)

Kitchen Queen said...

delicious dish.

Hima said...

Where do I find pastry she'sheet in Bangalore